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n., fire, conflagration; incen- | inde, [1, this one], adv., after that, thereupon, then. indemnatus, -a, -um, [in + damnātus], adj., uncondemned, without trial.

incendō, -ere, -cendi, -census,
[in+CAND, glow], set fire to,
kindle, burn, consume, ruin, lay
waste; inflame, incense, enrage.
incēnsiō, -ōnis, [in + CAND,
glow], f., burning.
inceptum, -ī, [part. of incipiō],
n., beginning; attempt, under-
taking, project, plan.
in-certus, -a, -um, adj., uncer-
tain, doubtful; undecided, at a
loss; in incertō habēre, be un-

in-citō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [citō, put in quick motion], urge on, spur on, excite.

inclūsus, -a, -um, [part. of in

clūdō, shut up], adj., hidden. incōnsultē, [in-cōnsultus, unadvised], adv., inconsiderately, indiscreetly.

in-credibilis, -e, adj., incredible,

incessus, -ūs, [in + CED, fall], | in-dīcō, -ere, -dīxī, -dictus, prom., walk, gait, step. incidō,

claim, declare.

ere, -cidī, -, [in indigēns, -entis, [indu (old form cado], fall into. of in) + egeō], adj., insuffiincipiō, -ere, -cēpī, -ceptus, [in+ cient, lacking, incomplete. capiō], begin, commence, un-in-dīgnus, -a, -um, adj., undertake. worthy, undeserving.

in-doctus, -a, -um, adj., untaught, uninstructed.

in-dūcō, -ere, -dūxī, -ductus, lead against; induce, influence; in animum inducere, resolve, determine.

extraordinary, startling. in-crepō, -āre, -ui, -itus, [crepō, rattle], reprove, rebuke, inveigh against, assail. in-cruentus, -a, -um, adj., bloodless, without bloodshed. in-cultus, -a, -um, [cultus, cultivated], adj., uncultured, neglected, desolate. in-cultus, -ūs, [cultus, cultivation], m., neglect. in-currō, -ere, -curri and -cucurrī, -cursus, rush into.

index, -icis, [in + DIC, show], m. and f., informer, accuser, witness.

indicium, -ī, [in + DIC, show], n., information, disclosure, evidence, testimony.

indicō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [index], with dē, give information, make known, declare, disclose, reveal.

industria, -ae, [industrius, indus

trious], f., diligence, industry. indūtiae, -ārum, f. pl., truce, armistice.

inedia, -ae, [in + ED, eat], f., fasting.

in-eō, -īre, -īvī and -iī, -itus, enter, begin, engage in. inermus, -a, -um, [in + arma], adj., unarmed.

inertia, -ae, [iners, unskilful],

f., inactivity, idleness, indolence, sloth.

infāmis, -e, [in + fāma], adj., disreputable, infamous. inferus, -a, -um, comp. inferior,

superl. infimus or imus, below; inferi, m. pl., inhabitants of the lower world, the dead; infimus or imus, lowest, most degraded.

sonal enemy. Cf. hostis, enemy (of the state).

inīquitās, -ātis, [inīquus], f., injustice.

inīquus, -a, -um, [in + aequus],
adj., unjust, unfair.
initium, -ī, [in + 1, go], n., be-
ginning, commencement; ini-
tiō, in the beginning, at the
outset, at first, originally.
iniūria, -ae, [iniūrius, from in +
iūs], f., outrage, wrong, injury,
harm, violence, atrocity; iniū-
riae licentia, power of doing

infēstus, -a, -um, [in + FEN,
strike], adj., with dat., hostile,
furious, bitter, deadly.
in-fīdus, -a, -um, adj., faithless,

disloyal, treacherous, false.
infimus, see inferus.
in-finitus, -a, -um, [fīnītus,
part. of finiō], adj., bound-
less, without end.

in-firmus, -a, -um, adj., weak,

feeble, enfeebled.

īnfitiātor, -ōris, [infitior, deny], m., repudiator; lentus infitiātor, dilatory debtor.

in-iūstus, -a, -um, adj., unjust. in-nocēns, -entis, [nocēns, guilty], adj., blameless, innocent, inoffensive, upright, virtuous.

īnfrā, [for inferā, sc. parte], innocentia, -ae, [innocēns], f., adv., below. blamelessness, innocence, integrity.

ingenium, -1, [in + GEN, beget],

in-noxius, -a, -um, [noxius, harmful], adj., blameless, innocent; safe from harm, secure, unmolested, unassailed. inopia, -ae, [inops, resource

n., (natural) disposition, tem-
per, spirit, character, heart;
mind, intellect, talents, abil-
ity, ingenuity, genius.
ingēns, -entis, adj., vast, enor-
mous, mighty, giant, great;
unbounded, remarkable.
ingenuus, -a, -um, [in + GEN,
beget], adj., free-born.
in-grātus, -a, -um, adj., thank-
less, irksome.

ingredior, -i, -gressus sum [in +
gradior, step], with in and
acc., go upon, march upon;
enter upon.
in-honestus, -a, -um, adj., dis-

less], f., want, lack of means, poverty, destitution. inquam, def., postpositive, say; inquit, said he. inquilīnus, -a, -um, [for incolinus from incola], adj., of foreign birth, immigrant. insatiabilis, -e, [in + satiō, sat

isfy], adj., insatiable. īnsidiae, -ārum, [in + SID, sit], f. pl., ambush, ambuscade; trap, plot.

inimicitia, -ae, [inimicus], f., insigne, -is, [īnsīgnis], n., (mark, enmity, hatred. proof); pl., insignia of authority.

inimicus, -a, -um, [in + amicus], adj., unfriendly; as noun, inimicus, -i, m., per

insignis, -e, [in + sīgnum], adj., conspicuous.

in-solēns, -entis, [solēns, part. | in-super, adv., above, overhead. of soleō], adj., with gen., un- integer, -gra, -grum, [in + TAG, accustomed to, a stranger to. touch], adj., untouched, uninsolenter, [insolēns], adv., wounded, sound, fresh. integritas, atis, [integer], f.,

haughtily, insolently. insolentia, -ae, [īnsolēns], f., unusual behavior, strange conduct.

insolēscō, -ere, - -, [inceptive from insoleō, be wont], grow arrogant or overbearing. in-solitus, -a, -um, [soleō], adj., unaccustomed, unused, unfamiliar.

in-sōns, -sontis, adj., innocent, inoffensive.

insomnia, -ae, [insomnis, sleep-in-tendō, -ere, -tendi, tentus, less], f., sleeplessness, want of stretch, exert, apply. sleep. intentus, -a, -um, [part. of intendō], adj., intent, energetic, active, attentive, watchful, alert. inter, prep. with acc., between, among, amid; inter se, with, from, to, etc. each other, mutually; inter falcāriōs, in the Scythemakers' Quarter. inter- in composition, between;

īn-spērātus, -a, -um, [spērō], adj., unhoped for, unlooked for, unexpected.

instituō, -ere, -ui, -ūtus, [in +

statuō], form, organize; arrange, order.

institūtum, -ī, [part. of insti

tuō], n., custom, institution. in-stō, -āre, -stitī, -statūrus,

draw nigh, approach, be at hand; press on, vigorously attack. instrumentum, -ī, [instruō], n., instrument, means, further

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integrity, uprightness. intellegō, -ere, -lēxī, -lēctus, [inter + legō], with acc. and inf., or ind. ques., perceive, see, understand, comprehend, know. intempestus, -a, -um, [in + tempus], adj., unseasonable; nocte intempestā, at dead of night.

under, to the bottom. inter-dum, adv., sometimes, at

times, occasionally.

inter-eã, adv., meanwhile, in the meantime.

inter-eō, -ire, -iī, -itūrus, perish. interficiō, -ere, feci, -fectus,

[interfaciō], kill, slay, murder; cut down, slaughter. interim, [inter + 1, this one], adv., meanwhile, in the meantime.

interitus, -ūs, [inter + 1, go], m., destruction, overthrow. inter-rogō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, question, examine, officially examine, try.

be in, be inter-sum, -esse, -fui, -futūrus, be between, lie between; im

in-tolerandus, -a, -um, [tolerandus, bearable], adj., intolerable, unendurable.

pers., it makes a difference, it interests, it concerns. interventus, -ūs, [inter + VEN, go], m., intervention. intestīnus, -a, -um, [intus], adj., iracundia, -ae, [īrācundus, irricivil. table], f., irascibility; anger, rage, passion.


īrāscor, -ī, īrātus sum, [ira], get angry, fly into a passion. īrātus, -a, -um, [part. of irāscor], adj., angered, enraged, angry.

irrumpō, -ere, -rūpī, -ruptus, [in + rumpō], break in, force one's way in.

is, ea, id, gen. eius, [1, this

one], dem. pron., he, she, it, this, that, such, the, the one; ad id locī, to this very place; id temporis, at just that time. iste, ista, istud, gen. istius [1, this one dem. suffix -te], dem. pron., used (often contemptuously) with reference to the person addressed, this, that, that of yours. ita, [1, this one], adv., in this manner, so, thus, as has been said; as follows; in such a manner; accordingly; ita ut, as much as, alike. Italia, -ae, f., Italy.

ita-que, conj., and so, accordingly, therefore.

item, [1, this one], adv., like

wise, also, moreover, as well, in like manner, so also. iter, itineris, [1, go], n., way, journey, route, march; road, path, passage; ex itinere, on the way; magnīs itineribus, by forced marches. iterum, [1, go], adv., a second time.

intrā, prep. with acc., within.
intrō, adv., within, in.
intrō-dūcō, -ere, -duxi, -ductus,

lead in, bring in. intro-eō, -īre, -īvī or -i, -itus, go in, enter, gain entrance to. intus, adv., within. in-ultus, -a, -um, [ultus, part. of ulciscor], adj., unavenged. in-vādō, -ere, -vāsī, -vāsus, [vādō, go], advance, fall upon, attack, seize, take possession of.

in-veniō, īre, -vēnī, -ventus, (come upon), find, meet with. in-video, -ēre, -vīdī, -vīsus, with dat., (look askance at), envy, be envious of, be jealous of. invidia, -ae, [invidus, envious], f., envy, jealousy, ill-will, hatred, odium, unpopularity. invidiōsus, -a, -um, [invidia], adj., exciting hatred, causing odium.

invīsus, -a, -um, [part. of invi

deō], adj., with dat., hateful, detested, odious.

invītus, -a, -um, adj., unwilling,

iocus, -ī, m., joke, jest.
ipse, -a, -um, gen. ipsius, dem.
pron., self, himself, herself,
itself, often an emphatic he,
she, it; very, just, actual,
precisely; even, on his part,

in person, personally; inter ipsōs, with one another. īra, -ae, f., anger, wrath, resent

iubeō, -ēre, iussī, iussus, order, give orders, bid, direct, command.

iucundus, -a, -um, adj., pleasant,

agreeable, delightful. iudicium, -1, [iudex, judge], n., judicial investigation, trial, prosecution; judicial authority, jurisdiction, court; judgment, sentence.

iūdicō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [iūdex, judge], pronounce judgment upon, adjudge, declare, proclaim.

iugulō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [iugulum, throat], cut the throat of, murder, assassinate, execute.

Iūlius, -a, name of a celebrated

Roman gens; C. Iūlius, C. Julius, one of Catiline's conspirators.

iungō, -ere, iunxi, iūnctus, join, fasten together, build with. Iūnius, -a, name of a Roman gens; D. Iūnius Sīlānus, D. Junius Silanus, consul in B.C. 62.

Iūnius, -a, -um, adj., of June, June.

Iuppiter, Iovis, [Iovis + pater], m., Jupiter, chief among Roman gods and lord of heaven. | iūrgium, -ī, [iūs + AG, drive], n., quarrel, dispute, altercation.

iūrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [iūs], swear, take oath.

iūs, iūris, [1v, bind], n., right, justice; human law; authority, jurisdiction; iŭre, justly. ius iurandum, iūris iūrandi, n.,

[(iussus, -ūs), order], m., order, command, decree. iustitia, -ae, [iūstus], f., justice,

equity, fair dealing.

iūstus, -a, -um, [iūs], adj., just,

lawful, equitable. iuventūs, -ūtis, [iuvenis, young], f., age of youth, extending from the 20th to the 40th year, youth, young men, the young. iūxtā, [1VG, bind], adv., equally, alike; iuxta ac, just as, as little as; iūxtā mēcum, as well as I.


Kalendae, -ārum, [CAL, SUMmon], f. pl., the Calends, the first day of the month, when the people were summoned to the Capitol to be officially informed whether the Nones would be on the fifth or seventh day of the month.


L., abbreviation for Lucius, a Roman forename. labor, -ōris, [LAB, seize], m., labor, toil, exertion, work, hardship; diligence, industry. labōrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [labor],

labor, toil; be hard pressed, be in danger. Lacedaemonius, -1, [Lacedaemon, Sparta], m., a Lacedaemonian, a Spartan. lacerō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, [lacer,

mangled], squander, waste. lacessō, -ere, -īvi, -ītus, [old lacio, entice], provoke, exasperate; assail.


iussu, used only in abl. sing., Laeca, -ae, m., name of a Roman

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